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David b.1827& Mary b.abt.1830 (Cap/Cop etc) Miller parents???
Posted by: Ellen Miller (ID *****4901) Date: April 01, 2008 at 12:26:29
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Can any one help me with the following people?? David Miller (born July 22, 1827in OH - Died May 22, 1895 in SD) married a Mary Copp/ Kapp /Kopp/Cop/Kop/Cap etc. (born abt 1830) before 1850 probably in Ohio??. I think her mother was Sarah (????) Cap/Cop born abt 1803 in PA??

They were found 1850 - Montgomery County, Jackson twp., OH
David Miller 23 OH (Student), Mary Miller 20 OH

In 1860 they were found 1860 - Miami County, Perry twp., Village of Stockdale, IN
David Miller 31 OH (Physician), Mary Miller 29 OH
Ellen 9 OH, George 7 OH, Milvina 4 IN, Sarah Cap / Cop 57 PA

I am assuming Mary died or divorced between 1860 and 1862. Milvina must have died between 1860 and 1870, was it in Miami County? (I had no idea about Milvina until I seen the 1860 census). I have no idea what happened to Sarah Cap/Cop.

In 1870 David had remarried to Sarah Jane Warner. and was found 1870 Census- Marshall County, West twp. P.O. - Plymouth, IN
David Miller 43 OH (Physician), Sarah J. Miller 33 OH
George 17 OH, Laura 8 IN, Lizzie 6, Emma 2, William 7 mos.

Ellen may have been the Ellen Miller who married Jacob Burn in Marshall County in 1868.
George Miller married Sara Alice Holem in Marshall county, Indiana in 1883, shortly thereafter the George and the David Miller families moved to Brule County, South Dakota.

I was told that the Millers and Holem/Holms were of the Dunkard religion.
Any help on these people would be very much appreciated, I would be willing to share what I have on them.

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